How To Tag Everyone In A Facebook Group

If you’re a part of various Facebook groups, you might have observed that sometimes posts appear that tag every member of the group. This feature can be very useful when you are trying to alert everyone in the group about new news or information. This blog post will guide you through the necessary steps to tag everyone in a Facebook group.

Step 1: Open a Facebook Group

Firstly, you need to open the Facebook group where you want to tag everyone. You can do this by clicking on the ‘Groups’ option present on the left sidebar of your Facebook homepage, and then selecting the particular group.

Step 2: Create a New Post

Once you have opened the group, click on the ‘What’s on your mind?’ box at the top of the group’s page to start creating a new post.

Step 3: Start Typing ‘@’

In the post box, start typing ‘@’ followed by the first few letters of the group’s name. Facebook will then show a dropdown list with matching group names.

Step 4: Select the Group Name

From the dropdown list, click on the correct group name. This will tag everyone in the group on your post.

Important Points to Note

  • Facebook’s current algorithms don’t allow you to manually tag more than 50 people in a single post.
  • Also, it’s important to remember that not everyone appreciates being tagged on public posts, especially if it’s not particularly relevant to them.
  • Furthermore, Facebook can restrict your ability to tag people if it detects that you’re tagging a bunch of people across multiple groups in a short span of time, as this activity might be interpreted as spam.


While the ability to tag everyone in a Facebook group can be a useful tool for sharing information, it is also important to use this feature responsibly and considerately. Remember, the ultimate goal of Facebook groups is to foster positive and constructive communication among its members.